Yesterday, as we completed our weekly Portuguese lab, my friend attempted to persuade me to join her at the “Picket for Open Borders and Open Enrollment” taking place in front of the Texas Union. Instead I sprinted toward Dobie to catch my bus home.
Students have so much to do that it’s very easy to feel bogged down and strapped for time. When I see people’s schedules on Facebook, I almost always think to myself “wow, that sucks.”
[Texas food is good.]
[Don’t bother to try using the buses on game day.]
As soon as you get settled in one semester, it’s already time to move on to the next one. I’ll be choosing classes for the spring on Thursday morning. For the first time, I’ll be choosing classes as a business and a liberal arts major.
What a rush! By 10:45 this morning I had checked off two major whoppers from my to-do list — opening an account at the UFCU and mailing thank-you cards.
Where were you Friday, Oct. 15 @ 7 p.m.?
Fest Africa was going on and you missed it? Outrage! Abomination!…OK, OK. If you missed it this year, make sure you come out and see it next year.
Happy beginning of the week, gals and guys.
I’m happy to inform you all that I had a blissfully underproductive weekend in which I spent times doing things such as: sleeping in, napping, running, making a cake for boyfriend’s birthday this week and creating flash cards for my pharmacology test this week.
[Every time I forget to say yes ma’am or no sir, I have to climb the 40 flights of stairs to my dorm room.]
I have had quite the busy week. Since my last post, I’ve had five interviews, including my final interview for Teach For America! Things went well and I will keep you posted on all of that. I am now done with all my first-round interviews (for now…?), so now I just play the waiting game and wait to hear. Cross your fingers! However things work out, I had a wonderful time interviewing with the different companies and a fantastic time with Teach For America.